Fishery co-management: a practical handbook by Pomeroy, R. S., Rivera-Guieb, R. (Eds.)

By Pomeroy, R. S., Rivera-Guieb, R. (Eds.)

This guide describes the method of community-based fishery co-management from its starting, via implementation, to turnover to the group. It offers principles, equipment, thoughts, actions, checklists, examples, questions and symptoms for the making plans and implementation of a means of community-based co-management. It specializes in small-scale fisheries (freshwater, floodplain, estuarine or marine) in constructing international locations, yet is additionally proper to small-scale fisheries in constructed nations and to the administration of alternative coastal assets (such as coral reefs, mangroves, sea grass and wetlands). This instruction manual is meant for source managers, practitioners, teachers and scholars of small-scale fisheries. The ebook has 14 chapters and a subject matter index. to be had In Print

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The ease and cost of monitoring will depend upon whether the fishers can monitor compliance themselves, as they fish or through self-monitoring incentives, or if they must establish more elaborate arrangements, such as external authorities. Fishers who violate the rules need to have sanctions imposed upon them. What constitutes an effective sanction will vary depending upon the nature of the group of fishers. In most cases, sanctions are likely to increase with the severity of the offence (Ostrom, 1992).

It is a process through which the people themselves are given the opportunity and/or responsibility to manage their own resources; define their needs, goals and aspirations; and make decisions affecting their well-being. A strategy for achieving a people-centered development, CBRM has a decision-making focus in which the sustainable use of natural resources in a given area lies with the people in the local communities. CBRM is an approach through which communities are given the opportunity and responsibility to manage in a sustained way the community resources, define or identify the amount of resources and future needs, and their goals and aspirations, and make decisions affecting their common well-being as determined by technical, sociocultural, economic, political and environmental factors.

Community-based Co-management 17 CBRM is basically seen as community empowerment for resource productivity, sustainability and equity. Ferrer and Nozawa (1997) state that: community-based coastal resource management (CBCRM) is people-centered, community-oriented and resource-based. It starts from the basic premise that people have the innate capacity to understand and act on their own problems. , what the people already know, and builds on this knowledge to develop further their knowledge and create a consciousness.

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